Tuesday, September 29, 2009

My new 'neigh'bours...

..bad, bad joke I know, but I couldn't resist...

So, I live in a village on the edge of a town. We have a moor (or heath) opposite us. In fact our house was built around 1840 when the village was founded and the property is one of a few, which come with "Rights of pasture". This means that the owner of the house is free to graze their sheep on the moor; which could come in handy when I want to let my sheep stretch their legs!

The moor is a lovely place to walk the dog and let the kids run around. Last Sunday they went and wadded into the stream. As someone who grew up in the middle of bustling, grimy London, it was lovely to see them take their socks and shoes off and paddle in the clear water. They tried to get Cookie our pup in too, but she doesn't like to swim. At the moment there a hundreds of conkers on the ground as the moor has many Horsechestnut trees. We collected lots so that we can harden them and have conker fights.

But the best thing about the moor are the wild horses, they are so quiet and gentle and will come over to see if you have any good stuff to eat.

Enjoy your week,

B x


Kasey said...

when are you going to quit rubbing it in that you live in an adorable little cottage in the country in England?
you make me want to pack us up and be your neigh-bors..

Transparent Mama said...

I am just so jealous of the photo op. and that you have wild horses in your yard- for real!

MaryRC said...

sounds like you live in a novel i read recently. what a lovely place to call home..

found you via sits, happy day!

Momma G.Love said...

Love the photos! I'm jealous you can photograph them whenever you want.

...stopping by from SITS...

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Lani said...

I love horses so much! I wish I had some living next door too:)

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♥ Teresa ♥ said...

Oh, my! What an amazing place to live. It is so beautiful there. I would SO love to visit. Are you booking reservations?!? 8^)

I'm stopping by from SITS! I just wanted to share a bit of comment love. I hope the rest of your week is absolutely amazing!

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GreedyGirl said...

Hi www.greedygirlsguide.com checking in from SITS

Wow this sounds like such a nice serene places to live and wile horses sounds fun and a bit exotic. Coming from someone who lives in a very urban city right out side of NYC the thought of wild animals running through someones yard always amazes me.Sounds lovely

I Wonder Wye said...

We run a wild mustang sanctuary, and so I wanted to see if your wild ones look anything like ours (wingspur.org) is our web site. Love the pictures of the woods -- reminds me of the woods of Maine. A true fairy land. Stopping over from SITS....

Two Normal Moms said...

Stopping by from SITS.
It sounds lovely there! Especially with the horses, I'm a horse girl.
Just visited England for the first time last December - all my husband's cousins, uncles & aunts are there. Blackpool & Cannock. We managed to get away for a short trip to York and London, as well. I can't wait to come back and explore more!

Mae said...

How great are your pictures?? I love this new find SITSta has brought me! I'll be following!

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